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  1. eBay Said to Open Online Mall to Lure Fancy Brands
    In a rumored new marketplace dubbed “The Plaza,” brands don’t have to worry about selling their goods next to second-hand items.
  2. Men’s Fashion Club Jackthreads Makes Online Shopping Less Lonely
    Jackthreads, the members-only online shopping club is working on something brand new in the ecommerce space.
  3. The Met’s Costume Institute Renamed in Honor of Anna Wintour
    The famed Costume Institute at New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art will now be known as the Anna Wintour Costume Center.
  4. Alexander Wang’s Brooklyn’s Fashion Week Show Launches a New Era
    Alexander Wang announced that he will be staging his Feb. 8 runway show at the Brooklyn Navy Yard this season, thus launching a new era in which the outer borough has major industry cred.


  1. Rocket Internet-Backed Fashion Site Zalora to Launch Marketplace in Asia
    Zalora, a fashion e-commerce site that has raised $238 million from investors such as Rocket Internet and Access Industries, plans to launch its marketplace in South East Asia early this year.
  2. Why We Heart It Could be the Next Big Social Network
    For a taste of who uses the image-based social network We Heart It, look no further than Facebook.
  3. The Best British Startups
    Britain’s tech economy stretches way beyond London. From Edinburgh and Newcastle to Bristol and Brighton, digital clusters are thriving. We highlight some of the best.
  4. Anna Wintour, “The Fashion Fund” to Air on Cable
    Condé Nast’s artistic director and editor in chief of Vogue will star in the newest iteration of “TheFashion Fund,” a televised documentary that lifts the curtain on the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund competition.


Anna Wintour Expands Reach at Condé Nast
Fashion giant Anna Wintour was appointed Artistic Director of Condé Nast on Wednesday. WWD has the background story.

FASHIONQLIC Turns ‘DVF loves ROXY’ Video Into An Interactive Shopping Experience
DVF’s x ROXY introduces shoppable video service FASHIONQLIC to enhance the customer experience. Read more on Fashionotes.

Teen Vogue Launching a Clothing Line with Macy’s
Macy’s new junior’s line is designed together with none less than the editors at tween-bible Teen Vogue. Fashionista has the details.

Nice pants: Bonobos raises $30m off of strong growth and Nordstrom deal
Pando Daily gives us the success story behind Bonobos and how the merge of fashion and tech helped the company survive the e-commerce bubble.

Alers Allow Shoppers to Avoid Busy Stores
Netherland-based company “They” has developed an app that uses social media information in real-time to tell you where it’s too crowded to shop. PSFK has more.




A household name in the world of fashion, Candy Pratts Price also warrants some tech street cred. Vogue’s Editor-in-Chief Anna Wintour once dubbed her the “Queen of the Internet” for her early adoption of tech in the fashion industry, including podcasts dubbed “CandyCast,” long before it became mainstream.

Pratts Price was one of the early editors at, just after the site launched, and was later named Creative Director of She is currently a contributing editor to the publication. What’s great about her is how she has transitioned her knack for curation—honed while detailing the windows at Bloomingdale’s and crafting editorial for Harper’s Bazaar and Vogue—to the digital world. She’s even won awards for her work in visual design, including the Eugenia Sheppard Award for excellence in journalism from the CFDA.

Candy Pratts Price will bring her expertise as the Master of Ceremonies of the Hackathon Finale and present the winner at the Decoded Fashion Forum on Feb. 14.